Vegan Vybes are at Two Towers Brewery for a pop up on August 19th.
They will also be hosting the Kings Heath Vegan Community Market on 29th July from 11am-15.00.
Wolverhampton based company Cakes and Ish will be present.
Karma Collective has announced another vegan business in its collective.
Most people will know Karma Collective through its existing tattoo studio or Purely Vegan Store & deli both located in Kings Heath.
However the latest project is based in Stirchley and is simply named The Pie Shop.
This new venture will bring something new to the ever growing vegan community and hopefully encourage more people to eat cruelty free.
Stirchley is an up and coming area and Karma Collective hope to bring new interest to the area with a menu full of tasty pies and pizza. The idea is to engage with the local community as well as the established vegan community by opening the first 100% plant based pie shop in the West Midlands and quite possibly the UK.
The menu will offer a growing variety of pies based on everyday favourites to some more unusual combinations. Both savoury and sweet, as well as pizza and differing specials. All served with a choice of vegetables, potatoes or chips.
The Pie Shop aims to provide a basic need for tasty home cooking at affordable prices. The setting is a fusion of olde world meets modern world.
Eat in or Take away is available and a local delivery service is planned for the future.
As well as providing tasty food, The Pie Shop will also be raising money for Animal Charities currently supported by Karma Collective by donating profit from certain meals to Wonky Pets Rescue and also The Maggie Fleming Animal Hospice.
The Pie Shop will also host a number of regular evening kitchen take overs with various themes by different caterers.
You can get all the updates on The Pie Shop by finding them in social media…just search @kcpieshop
The Gunmakers Arms are holding a Vegan cheese night on Thursday 27th July from 7.30pm.
Expect cheese and Two Towers vegan friendly beer.
Sally from the fabulous Vegan in Brum blog will be introducing and talking about the cheeses.
Find her blog here:
The event starts at 5.30 with the talk from
Sally at 6.30.
The Beer Yeti blog will also be in attendance matching the beers to the cheese.
Full details on the Facebook events page:
This event is part of Birmingham Beer Week 2017.
From the 21-26th August The Vegan Grindhouse are taking over the kitchen of a 1000 Trades in the Jewellery Quarter.
South American food and drinks independents Bodega are opening in Sutton Coldfield.
There menu is full of Vegetarian friendly dishes and has a Vegan menu too. So with cocktails a plenty and a fun filled vibe those summer nights may just go on and on.
Oh, and new Vegan cafe Fressh is due to open in Birmingham at the City Arcade in October.
I’ll have more on that soon.
Thanks for reading,
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